Podcast: Father attacked in his own home after asking neighbours to keep the noise down

A father-of-two from Tunbridge Wells has been attacked by three people in his own home after he asked his neighbours to keep the noise down

He answered the door to three people who assaulted him in front of his children. 

Also in today’s podcast, residents says faulty technology and a staff shortage are causing the only Post Office in a Kent area to become a joke.

The service has come under fire for “beyond acceptable” waiting times. 

Angry villagers say “diabolical” plans for a new housing estate would destroy a picturesque view across the Kent countryside.

Residents also fear local roads won’t be able to cope as the development would increase the population of Hamstreet, near Ashford, by about a quarter.

A couple say they’ve got big plans to expand after finding success converting an old public toilet block in Swanley into a micropub. 

They’ve so far spent £60,000 and are hoping to add another extension so they can serve even more customers. 

And in football it’s heartbreak for Maidstone United today after being beaten by Coventry City in the FA Cup. 

You can hear from manager George Elokobi after their dream run came to an end last night.